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Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2000 17:54:18 +0000
From: Gautier <gautier DOT demontmollin AT maths DOT unine DOT ch>
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Subject: Re: smart linking
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> My question is, does gcc or ld do the 'smart
> linking' or dead code elimination thing when I
> later link my library in my programs?

No (unless...).

Maybe there is a tool for C++ that does the job
at source-level, by analysing the graph of depending
source files and telling what to put into object files
at compile-time ? GNAT provides such a tool (gnatelim).

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